1418 Morrison Street | Madison
Offered at $519,500 – Sold for $530,000
Recently converted to a single-family home, this heavily renovated Marquette bungalow will surprise you with its great flow and options for creative living, including a 2nd floor family room that could double as a light-filled home office or studio. 2 fireplaces, complete kitchen renovation w/black stainless appliances and quartz, updated bathrooms with colorful original floor tile, hardwood floors. Amazing recently refreshed enclosed back porch. Steps to Lake Monona and the Yahara River and the best urban parks in Madison. Easy walk to elementary/middle schools and everything in Atwood and Willy Street. In addition to kitchen and bath updates and a new entry door, the home has new gas fireplace insert and central air, and a 2 year old roof. A must-see in one of Madison’s great neighborhoods.
34 North Street | Madison
Offered at $255,000 – Sold for $273,000
34 North Street is a must-see two bedroom Craftsman-era home in the Emerson East neighborhood that feels much larger than 1050 square feet. Close to everything on the east side including Tip-Top, Malt House, Goodman, shopping, and all three schools. Take a quick ride or walk to everything the Atwood area has to offer, and enjoy an easy commute to downtown/campus. 2018 kitchen remodel includes Energy Star appliances, granite, bamboo floors and farm sink. Two bedrooms w/walk-in master closet; bright 2nd floor office/bonus room, remodeled baths, original oak trim and maple/oak floors. Exterior has tons of character with an amazing front porch, fun backyard space with firepit, garden beds, and newly installed custom fence. Major updates include extensive additional weatherization by Project Home, not often found in homes at this price point.
Well this is pretty neat: along with some great colleagues I made the 2019 Restaino & Associates Top Producer list. I’m grateful to all of my clients for trusting me and for having the great privilege of working with you last year. Forward into what is proving to be a very tough 2020 market!
Dig it: this is a truly delightful Mid Century tri-level with many original details including decorative tilework, fixtures, and cabinetry. It has a recently updated kitchen with tile floor and backsplashes, quartz countertops with a tiered breakfast bar, updated bathrooms, hardwood floors, tons (and tons) of storage, two fireplaces, a newer Trex deck, a huge, finished lower-level rec room with a second fireplace. It’s minutes from everything on campus and the west side. Work on campus or the hospital? You can walk to the lake and bike to work. With features that set it apart from most cookie-cutter mid-century ranch-style homes and great room-to-room flow, this one has a distinct and vibrant personality.
This remarkable mid-century home by Walter Kratz is on a wooded double lot, steps from the UW Arboretum, and just yards from city bike path. The spacious, unique home features massive wood beam construction, multiple fireplaces, lots of original mid-century details, a custom Kitchen Mart kitchen with six (yes, six) built-in Sub-Zero units adjacent to a cozy family space, formal dining room, sunken living room, multiple skylights, a master bedroom at the west end of home for maximum privacy, a gorgeous screened porch. Sauna, hot tub, huge rec room, office, attached two-car garage. Expansive views of mature trees and landscaping from every room! First floor laundry, more. Seriously. I mean…seriously.
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